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Nature of Daylight

The Sinfonia of the Orchestral Institute (Singapore)

Event is cancelled

  • In-venue: Esplanade Concert Hall

    23 May Sun, 5pm

  • $15


    • 1h, no intermission

    • No admission for infants-in-arms
      Admission for audience age 6 years and above

    • Performed in English, no subtitles

      Late arrival or Re-entry may result in non-admittance until a suitable break in the performance.


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Nature of Daylight

The Sinfonia of the Orchestral Institute (Singapore)

Nature of Daylight takes flight from Max Richter’s beautiful meditation on war as a starting point to explore music that moves us and deepens our connection to the soulfulness of the world. Journey through Gustav Mahler’s symphony about a child’s vision of heaven; marvel at the earthly nature of Claude Debussy’s striking portrait of the sea; and admire Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s sublime pairing of two pastoral instruments in an exquisite and charming concerto for flute and harp.


PERFORMANCE

Max Richter: On The Nature of Daylight 

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No.4 , 3rd Movement  
(arr. Klaus Simon) 

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart : Concerto for Flute and Harp, 2nd Movement 

Claude Debussy: La Mer1st Movement 
(arr.Marlijn Helder) 



Tania El Khoury (Lebanon)

Scott Silven (UK)

SAtheCollective & Pōtocol (Singapore)